Saratoga County Clerk Craig Hayner, working with members of the community, coordinated a donation drive in preparation of Yellow Ribbon Day, April 9.
Matthew Mirro is a student at the University at Albany, New York. Originally from Long Island, Mirro is a journalism major with minors in political science and history. A political junky, aspiring historian and sports fanatic, Mirro has written for other publications including Baseball Magazine and the Albany Student Press. He hopes to pursue a career as an author.
ROUND LAKE- The Daily Gazette (DG) reports that former acting mayor Tom Bergin and Matthew Coldrick have been elected to the Village Board of Trustees in Round Lake.
Eight teams from the Ballston Spa Central School District recently participated in the Region 6 Odyssey of the Mind Competition hosted by the Galway Central School District.
Correction on Wednesday, Mar.7: John Olenik is not a board member as originally published below and is a resident of Milton. Jim Staulters, also a resident, was not ousted from the Planning Board–his term limit expired and he was not re-appointed. We regret the errors. MILTON – Two members of Milton, New York’s ethics board resigned from…
BALLSTON SPA – The first-ever Village of Ballston Spa birdhouse competition is underway, culmunating into a festival to be held in April.
The Saratoga Hospital Volunteer Guild will once again be offering scholarships to high school seniors in the greater Saratoga County area interested in pursuing careers in health care.
Students from local Ballston Spa schools were recognized for their artistic skills by the National Parent Teacher Association as part of their annual Reflections Program.
Applications are now available for Students Sharing Opportunities and Responsibilities (SSOAR), Saratoga Hospital’s unique summer program offering local rising junior and senior high school students opportunities for community service in a healthcare environment.
BALLSTON SPA – Teachers in the Ballston Spa Central School District pulled out all the stops to welcome their students back to school after mid-winter recess.
According to a report by the Saratogian, a county supervisor is pushing for a new jail instead of the planned public safety center.